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Ahead of the Student Accommodation Summit 2018 we chat to Lisa Howard, Studio Principal at Taylor Cullity Lethlean (TCL). In this article Lisa shares details of Monash University’s Clayton Campus upgrade and delves into the benefits of investing in new student accommodation facilities that optimise students’ university experience.
Ahead of the Student Accommodation Summit 2018 we chat to Micheal Rengers, Associate Director of Campus Life at UoA. In this Q&A Micheal shares details of how UoA is effectively utilising partnerships and stakeholder collaboration to create, develop and lease student accommodation options that allow their students to thrive from their very first year, all the way through to postgraduate study.
Ahead of the Student Accommodation Summit 2018 we chat to Trevor Hamilton, Director at Nettleton Tribe. In this article Trevor chats to us about ANU’s new student accommodation, SA5, and explores some of the unique features and facilities being integrated to encourage student interaction and social experiences.
Ahead of the Student Accommodation Summit 2018 we explore the strategies Universities and Architects are employing to create student living facilities that meet modern needs and actually enhance the student experience.
A new 150-room residential project to be built at Monash University will target Passive House certification.
Located at the university’s Peninsula campus, the Jackson Clements Burrows-designed student accommodation is expected to use a cross laminated timber structural system that could halve the embodied carbon in the building compared to a concrete structure. When combined with roof top solar it will dramatically reduce operating carbon.
Lulu Cathro has been living on campus at an ANU residential college since her first year of university.
Now in her third year of a science degree, it's time for her to clear out and make way for incoming first-year students.
But with thousands of other students in the same boat, Ms Cathro and peers Ben McCarthy and Joe Coultan are finding it impossible to successfully secure rental accommodation for the new year.
An accommodation guarantee for new Australian National University undergraduates has backfired, dislodging second and third-year students from the university’s residential colleges and forcing them to seek alternative housing in Canberra’s overheated market.
Students say the availability of accommodation has not kept pace with the university’s commitment to assure places for first-year students from outside the ACT. Hundreds of latter-year students are being displaced as a result, with reports as many as 1300 could be “booted out”.